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Letter to our readers: Economy forces changes to Sentinel

By Denny Herzog

Some of you may have seen a notice from me in your Out & About on Friday, telling you that beginning Monday there will be no more daily television listings in the printed edition of The Daily Sentinel, and saying more changes are ...


TREE HOUSE 3-12

Tree House reorganized, revived, growing

By Staff

A year and a half ago, the Tree House was hanging low. In August 2007, the nonprofit organization was forced to close its shelter in Grand Junction for homeless youth. After two years of life, Tree House simply could not meet expenses, even ...


ree House reorganized, revived, growing

By Staff

A year and a half ago, the Tree House was hanging low. In August 2007, the nonprofit organization was forced to close its shelter in Grand Junction for homeless youth. After two years of life, Tree House simply could not meet expenses, even ...


Boy missing Found 3-13-9

Redlands boy found napping inside box

By Amy Hamilton

The fears of a frantic Redlands mother were quelled Friday afternoon when a Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputy found her missing 4-year-old in a cardboard box on the family’s porch. Ethin Willburn apparently curled up and ...


Residents to receive ballots in mail for council election

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More than 28,000 Grand Junction residents will soon begin receiving ballots for the April 7 municipal election in the mail. Mesa County elections officials Friday began mailing ballots to all active voters who live within the city limits.  ...


District 51 superintendent takes new job in Northwest

By Staff

District 51 Superintendent Tim Mills was named Thursday night by the North Clackamas School District in Milwaukie, Ore., as its new superintendent. Mills will take his new post July 1 and will serve as District 51’s superintendent until ...


Janet Rowland tagging 3-13

Commissioner Rowland lets parents know county is ready to lend a hand

By Amy Hamilton

Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland was on mission Friday night, slapping magnets on bathroom stalls, leaving the trinkets on restaurant tables and even smacking them onto the lockers at a local bowling alley. After not getting much ...


Second man arrested in crash that killed two

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Police have arrested a Grand Junction man for allegedly providing alcohol to an underage man charged with killing two people in a drunken-driving accident last month. Jason Roy Carley, 24, 2901 Dawn Drive, No. 4, was taken into custody at his ...


Western Slope historian, author Fay dies of stroke

By Amy Hamilton

Abbott Fay was a respected scholar who taught at three Western Slope colleges and penned a dozen books about western Colorado history. But he was also an engaging storyteller who shunned the drier aspects of generations past and instead ...


Remains may be those of victim of Front Range serial killer

By Amy Hamilton

The skeletal remains of a woman’s body found near Moab, Utah, on Wednesday may have been a victim of a suspected Front Range serial killer, 42-year-old Scott Kimball, according to Grand County Sheriff James Nyland. Nyland said Kimball, ...


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